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Out of all the non-signed/freelance talent out there right now, who would you choose to join the WWF? Now, of course this excludes all developmental wrestlers for the WWF.

Even though this will probably never happen, I would have to choose Pro Wrestling NOAH mainstay, Michael Modest. He's an excellent wrestler, and it's a shame that the American public hasn't seen much of him. I would also like to see more of Xavier as well. Hopefully one day he will find his way to superstardom in either America or Japan.
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I had never seen Lo-Ki until that WWA ppv, and he didn't get much time, but damn I want to see some more of those kicks. Him vs. Tajiri would make me a very happy wrestling fans.



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Is Michael Modest the guy who defeated then-cruiserweight champ The Artist in a nontitle match on Nitro a couple years ago? If I'm thinking of the same guy, I remember being impressed.

I want the WWF to pick up Jeff Jarrett.



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Yeah, that's him. He was in terrible shape then...you should see him now, hes ripped! Although, his in ring talent just gets better and better. Hes currently competing in Pro Wrestling NOAH and I strongly urge you to get some tapes with him on it. His wrestling is awesome and his gimmick over there is awesome as well.
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He was also one of the indy wrestlers featured in 'Beyond The Mat'. If you haven't seen the movie (you should), him and another guy, whose name escapes me, got tryouts at a TV taping or something. J.R. and Vince didn't care much for him because he didn't have enough muscles in his chest or some silly thing.



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Tony Jones, thats the other guy's name.

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Super Crazy or AJ Styles



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Steve Corino in a manager/wrestler/dickhead role.
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Donovan Morgan and Mike Modest would be a really great tag team. They're both Jakked like Vince likes 'em, and they're both really good workers. Too bad they're busy working for Misawa...

oh, and the standard Travis response:
Fred Ottman or the One Man Gang





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Scott Steiner. Either that or Larry Zybisco





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Do you mean unsigned PERIOD, or unsigned in America?

If the former: I gotta go with Mike Modest. THe fat guy on Beyond the Mat said it best, "It's a crime that Mike doesn't have a contract right now". The big money dodges him and flies into Hogan, Hall and Nash's already fat poctes. That's fuckin' FOUL!

If the latter: Without a doubt, Shinjiro Ohtani! The man plays the absolute BEST "dick heel" I've ever seen! I'll never forget a match he had with Jushin Lyger, he ran over and attacked Lyger. Ohtani was stomping Lyger, taking off his jacket and talking much shit at the same! High-larious shiznit!



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Mr Old School Steve Corino. he always cracked me up whether it was doing the stuff with Tazz or Tommy and he had the heel line of all time that nobody will match when he said "Dusty Rhodes was the guy who cut the breaklines on Magnum TA's car...



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SHARK BOY!!

Nuff Said!!
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Big Joh beat me to the punch, so let me re-iterate the fact:

SHARK BOY.


That is all.




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    Originally posted by TheSarge
    He was also one of the indy wrestlers featured in 'Beyond The Mat'. If you haven't seen the movie (you should), him and another guy, whose name escapes me, got tryouts at a TV taping or something. J.R. and Vince didn't care much for him because he didn't have enough muscles in his chest or some silly thing.


Tony Jones was the one who didn't have enough muscles. What was funny was JR advising him on how to work out.

I don't remember why they said they didn't like Modest, though my guess would be his height.



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I will have to go with the guy who has my favorite goofy wrestling gimmick of all time- Chip Fairway. Nothing says ratings like an angry golfer Caddyshack gimmick. He gets minor edge over Shark Boy.




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Bring back Road Dogg and team him up with RVD! THeir team finisher could be the "Hit From The Bong".



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